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Publisher's Summary

When a hunter becomes the hunted, it’s time to send in the LSP!

Welcome to the Lost Souls ParaAgency, where agents work together to ensure the safety of humans and prevent exposure of the paranormal community.

The assignment - stop a spooky spirit from terrorizing a reality television ghost hunter.

Amira Walker and Lex Dimas are back as a mystery-solving duo in this second installment of the Lost Souls ParaAgency series.

Lex wants nothing more than to hang up his agent status and take Amira to a deserted island for a romantic getaway, but his manipulative grandfather has other plans. Once again coerced into taking an assignment he doesn’t want, Lex’s top priority is Amira’s safety - whether she appreciates his overly cautious behavior or not.

This is Amira’s first real assignment as an agent, and she’s out to prove that her skills as a sleuth can far outvalue her skills as a witch. But suppressing her witchy side isn’t the only complication for this assignment. She has to come face to face with Samuel Chase - the jerk extraordinaire who will exploit anyone to gain notoriety as a ghost hunter. As if that wasn’t bad enough, Lex’s overprotectiveness is putting a damper on their newfound romance.

Can she solve her first case without resorting to magic and find a balance in her romantic relationship?

©2018 K.M. Waller (P)2020 K.M. Waller

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Fun book!

What a fun book to listen to! It kept me wondering throughout the book and did not disappoint at the end!

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Cute

I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and any opinions expressed herein are my own.

This is the second book in the Lost Souls Paragency series. More or less, I would say this is a standalone book = although the epilogue creates a bit of a set up for the next book in the series. I have not read the first book in the series and I think it might have helped as I felt like I was missing a bit here and there related to the characters. Overall, it was cute.

The narrator, Carrie Coello, is someone who I have listened to before. She is always enjoyable.

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A Romantic Ghostly Paranormal Mystery!

This was my first K.M. Waller's book. This is the second book in the Lost Souls ParaAgency, a romantic ghostly paranormal mystery. You can listen to this story as a standalone, but I believe it is better to listen to the first book before for a better understanding. Amira and Lex are great characters. I loved to follow them in this adventure. The cast of supporting characters is great. The storyline is fun, intriguing, entertaining, and filled with mystery, and twists and turns. Carrie Coello did a great job with the narration. #AudiobookUnleashed

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3.5/5 Typical Cozy Paranormal

3.5/5 Lost Souls ParaAgency and the Ghostly Reunion by K.M. Waller

Narrated by Carrie Coello

Run Time: 4 hrs and 34 mins
Summary:

Amira and Lex take on a case of creepy haunting (minus the creep factor).


Additional Comments:

- I think the series has potential, but many times in the book, I got the “nothing is happening” vibe. Maybe it was a missing sense of danger. The hauntings never seemed dangerous. The characters got a few bumps and bruises but that’s about it.

- If you’ve read the back cover, you’ve read 90% of the book.

- This is the second book in the series. While I don’t think hearing the first is vitally important, it may have helped with knowing the main characters better.

- Characters 3/5: Amira and Lex are okay, but they don’t seem to have a lot of chemistry. The conflict between them (his overprotectiveness, her dying need to prove herself) didn’t really play out in more than words and a few “well, the Walker women are stubborn” sentiments. Sidekicks didn’t have enough page-time to be useful. The suspects read like a clue game. (The cook, the girlfriend, the unlikable victim, the assistant, the hot stable guy whose also a repressed actor)

- The book gives off cozy mystery vibes, but there’s no cute animal companion. I feel gypped. It needs a surly but charming cat.

- Amira’s sister Ris has potential. She’ll likely get her own book later in the series.

- Clean read. Normalizes being a witch, but leaves the whole spell thing (desire spell, guilt spell) and séance running at the harmless parlor trick level. The characters don’t feel the slightest bit guilty about using magic to suit their current needs.

- Performance was suitably perky. (That fits Amira stylistically.) Characters could be distinguished. Would certainly listen to the narrator again.

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Kind of disappears into the genre for me (doesn’t stand out), but I think it will appeal to fans of cozy paranormal. Will likely continue the series.

*I received a free copy from a code site where authors/narrators use their free codes from ACX. I freely chose to review. All opinions are my own.

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Cute Story!

I totally enjoyed listening to this story. The plot line is filled with solving the mystery of a haunting and the continuation of a budding romance between the two main characters. I had to laugh at the hilarious inclusion of a snippet regarding the meddlesome aunts at the very end. The narrator did an excellent job in bringing this story to life. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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The Fun Continues

I read this book and loved it and then I listened to it and I thought the narration was great. I'm not a big audio book person because I often find the narrator very dry and boring but this wasn't the case with this book. Such a wonderful book and wonderful series. Great characters!

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I almost stopped listening to it in the beginning. I just couldn't get into the story. Once they went to the house to find the ghost, it got better. It wasn't a bad story.

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  • Nadine Vrijhof
  • 06-26-20

So good!!!

Walker women don’t like being told what to do - so, Lex, let that be clear from the start! You can think you have a plan, but if Amira has a different plan, well, guess!

The story: ah-ma-zinggg!!! The story starts with a new assignment for Amira and Lex, but first they have to get used to each other and Amira has to get used to the idea of being employed by the LSP. And then they encounter a ghost. What follows is an entertaining and compelling story!

The narration: the narrator (a different one than book 1, BTW) has a pleasant voice. The voice really supported and lifted the story. She did an amazing job, I especially loved Tippy’s voice! And she did Cookie’s voice really well too. She did all of the voices really well. Lots of variation, especially with the female voices, while still being understandable. And that is hard to do, but she really pulled it off!

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  • Julie
  • 06-07-20

Paranormal investigators

I enjoyed this book. This is the first book by this author I have listened to but I enjoyed it. It is a stand alone book but a few times I felt I had missed something not having heard the first book, so I might just have to go back to the beginning to find out about there first case. Otherwise I enjoyed it and liked the cast of characters who were quirky and colourful. I liked the combination of the paranormal and mystery and thought it worked well with the plot. I think the book sets up the series to follow a different sister with each book which will be good, as you will get to see how each character and there relationships develops and grows. Will be looking out for the next book.
Amira and Lex have been given an assignment. To investigate a haunting at a B&B run by famous ghost Hunter Samuel Chase. They only have the weekend to to catcher the ghost and send her in to the other side before irreversible damage is done. Lex which wants to protect Amira and doesn't know how to express his feeling to her so just comes a cross cold. Amira has other ideas about how the investigation should be run and sets about proving herself more than capable of handling her own assignments and if she can turn Lex's head in the process all the better. The ghost seems to be a teenage girl with a connection to the owner but is she doing more than just haunting the occupants is she trying to hurt them? Amira wants to learn more about the girl in order to help the girl before setting her free but Lex should wants the ghost gone so he and Amria can get back to safety. Can they work to together to find piece for the restless spirit?
I liked the narrator, I have heard several books read by her and enjoyed every signal one, she has a distinct voice that she puts to job use to give the characters there own voices.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.